You can rise with public clouds or sink with private

You can rise with public clouds or sink with private

Private clouds were popular in the early days of cloud computing, when enterprises struggled with security and control issues. Countless CIOs repeated the same adage to me: If they can’t touch their cloud servers, those servers are not to be trusted. Read the source article at infoworld.com

Why The Future of Sex Is Not (Necessarily) A Robot

Why The Future of Sex Is Not (Necessarily) A Robot

Women are the biggest consumers of sex toys, so can we get beyond femmebots already? For quite a while now, the “future of sex” has had a mascot: A sex robot, like Roxxxy TrueCompanion. Or maybe it’s a disembodied female voice, like in the Spike Jonze film Her , allowing an awkward man to have

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Apple Pay

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Apple Pay

Apple Pay Rollout By Al Johnson Each Friday, you can visit CloudTweaks to enjoy the most recent comic in our collection. The comics are free to reuse and share on personal, non-profit and educational websites related to technology.  For commercial uses such as: Powerpoint, Whitepapers, Newsletters, Websites, Magazines, Social Media, Tradeshows etc…please contact us on our tiered monthly pay as

Cost of Cyber Crime Study

Cost of Cyber Crime Study

The results of the fifth annual Cost of Cyber Crime study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute shows just how much cybercrime has spread from 2013 to 2014. Did you know that the average cost of a cyber attack is now around $12.7 million dollars—up from $11.6M last year? Or that the time to resolve these attacks

Cloud Computing Meets The Smart Electricity Grid

Cloud Computing Meets The Smart Electricity Grid

The Smart Electricity Grid New research makes possible time-variable pricing of cloud services based on variably-priced power from a smart grid Cloud computing data centers often consume energy at the rate of megawatts, like other large industrial systems. Large consumers of electricity likewise often have to deal with time-varying pricing of electrical power from suppliers,

China’s Internet of Things market breaks 500 billion yuan

China’s Internet of Things market breaks 500 billion yuan

With the Internet of Things (IOT) booming in China, the practice of demo projects for the IOT typical applications in public security, urban administration, healthcare, energy conservation and environmental protection, and services for the people’s livelihood is expected to be carried out, said Miao Wei, minister of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). It

How Microsoft Appointed Itself Sheriff of the Internet

How Microsoft Appointed Itself Sheriff of the Internet

It was 7 o’clock in the morning when the knocking on Dan Durrer’s front door woke him up. His dog started barking, and Durrer thought he was getting an early morning package. But when he opened the door, he wasn’t greeted by the FedEx man. He was face-to-face with a process server, a messenger from…

How Cloud Computing Changes the Game in Media & Entertainment

How Cloud Computing Changes the Game in Media & Entertainment

How Cloud Computing Changes the Game Advances in technology and consumer behavior are driving a transformation in the way video content is delivered to consumers. The change involves a migration away from traditional broadcasting models and platforms towards digital distribution over the Internet to a widening array of connected devices. This fundamental shift is triggering

How To Identify Fake Big Data Products

How To Identify Fake Big Data Products

One aspect of this year’s conference to note is the rise of “fake Big Data” products, that is products that have added the adjective big data in the hope that the world will take more interest. The urge to gain from the updraft of … Cloud products… Read the source article at forbes.com

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